Digital literacy - accredited training resources
These resources were developed to support training delivery of the competencies which make up the Innovation and Business Skills Australia (IBSA) Digital Literacy Skill Sets and provide credit towards ICA10111 Certificate 1 in Information, Digital Media and Technology.
More information about this qualification can be found at the IBSA web site http://www.ibsa.org.au/
Download competency materials
The competencies that make up the Digital Literacy Skill Sets are:
- ICAICT 101A Operate a Personal Computer - ZIP18MB
- ICAICT 102A Operate Word Processing Applications -ZIP 7.5MB
- ICAICT 103A Use, Communicate and Search Securely on the Internet - ZIP 15.7MB
- ICAICT 105A Operate Spreadsheet Applications - ZIP 9.4MB
- ICAICT 106A Operate Presentation Packages - ZIP 10.4MB
- ICAICT 108A Use Digital Literacy Skills to Access the Internet - ZIP 11.6MB
Each set of materials contains:
- A Student Workbook
- A Facilitator Guide
- Assessment Material
Other learning materials
Other learning materials are available which can be used to achieve these competencies:
- International Computer Driverís License (ICDL) at http://www.icdl.com.au/
ICDL Australiaís mission is to enable proficient use of Information and Communications Technology that empowers individuals, organisations and society, through the development, promotion and delivery of quality certification programmes throughout Australia and Papua New Guinea.
- British Computer Society at http://www.bcs.org/
In collaboration with the European Computer Driving License Foundation the British Computer Society have a program which includes basic training for using a Personal Computer, Operating Word Processing Packages and Use and Search Securely on the internet.
- Microsoft Digital Literacy at http://www.microsoft.com/about/corporatecitizenship/citizenship/giving/programs/up/digitalliteracy/default.mspx
Teaching and assessment materials for basic computer concepts and skills so that people can use computer technology in everyday life to develop new social and economic opportunities for themselves, their families, and their communities.